Latin I Vocabulary with Derivatives Verba
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Unit III (Chapters 13-17)

Ch. Latin Word Part of Speech Derivative
13 tribus diëbus abl. time tricycle, diary
13 volëbat verb irreg voluntary, volunteer
13 identidem adv identical, identically
13 iubëbat verb jussive (word expressing a command)
13 virga, -ae, (f) noun virga, branch, rod, streak in the sky suggesting rain
13 verberäbat verb reverberate
13 ïbant verb initial, initiate
13 rusticus, ï, (m) noun rustic, rusticate
13 septimus; -a, -um adj (ordinal) September, septennial
13 erat verb (irreg) essence, presence
13 quiëscëbant verb quiet, quiescent (marked by inactivity or repose)
13 pës, pedis, (m) noun pedal, pedestrian, impede
13 vehicula noun vehicle
13 aurïga, -ae, (m) noun Auriga-constellation betwween Perseus and Gemini
13 magnö rïsü abl of manner risibility, risible (ability to laugh)
13 fatuus, -a, -um adj infatuate, infatuation
13 tabellärius, -ï, (m) noun table, tabulate
13 cïvis, cïvis, gen pl, cïvium, (m/f) noun civilization, civics
13 praeclärus, -a, -um adj declaration, clarion, brilliantly clear
13 ab or ä prep & abl absent, abstain
13 pars, partis, f. noun partition, apartment
13 Quam...! interjection none
13 feröciter adv ferocious, fierce
13 vïto, vïtäre verb inevitable, inevitably
14 Cavë! imp. caveat - a warning
14 concidö, concidere verb accident, incident
14 cünctï adj (pl) none
14 incolumis, -e adj none
14 gaudeö, gaudëre verb gaudy
14 cessö, cessäre verb cessation
14 extrahö, extrahere verb extract
14 früsträ adv frustrate
14 haereö, haerëre verb adhere, inherent
14 moveö, movëre verb removeable, motion
14 culpa, -ae, (f) noun culprit
14 tuä culpä phrase culprit
14 cisium noun none
14 interpellö, interpelläre verb none
14 placidë adv placid
14 incolumnis adj (pl) none
14 celerrimë adv celerity
14 noster adj (poss) nostrum
14 dëvertëbat verb divert, diversion
14 perïculum, -i, n. noun peril, perilous
14 ars, artis, gen pl, artium, (f) noun art, artistic
14 agö, agere verb agent, action
14 Tüne...spectäbäs int none
14 commötus, -a, -um adj commotion
14 accidit verb accident
14 olïvëtum, -ï, n. noun olive
15 quod pron. (w/ feeling verbs) none
15 exspectö, exspectäre verb expect
15 longus adj longitude
15 diû adv diurnal-recurring every day
15 appäreö, appärëre verb apparition
15 rota, -ae, (f) noun rotation
15 procul adv none
15 nübës, nübis, gen pl, nübium, (f) noun none
15 pulvis, pulveris, (m) noun pulverize
15 onus, oneris noun onerous
15 tardus adj tardy
15 illud pron none
15 praetereä adv none
15 bös, bovis, (m/f) noun bovine
15 fortasse adv none
15 quattuor adj quintet, quartet
15 duae adj dual, duet
15 tantum adv none
15 Neäpolim noun none
15 praetereö, praeterïre verb praetorian
15 Quot...? int quota
15 hominës, hominum, (m) pl noun hominization, homicide
15 auxilium, -ï n, second declension auxiliary
15 baculum, -ï n, second declension baculiform
15 cisium, -ï n, second declension none
15 cubiculum, -ï n, second declension cubicle
15 olïvëtum, -ï n, second declension olive
15 perïculum, -ï n, second declension perilous
15 plaustrum, -ï n, second declension none
15 silentium, -ï n, second declension silence
15 vehiculum, -ï n, second declension vehicle
15 vëstïgium, -ï n, second declension investigate
15 iter, itineris n, third declension itinerary
15 murmur, murmuris n, third declension murmur
15 nömen, nöminis n, third declension nomenclature
15 tempus, temporis n, third declension temporary
16 plaustrum, -ï, (n) noun none
16 nönus adj nonagenarian, nonagon
16 Sextum taedëbat phrase tedious, tedium
16 aperiö, aperïre verb aperture
16 pila, -ae, (f) noun pill, pile
16 Vïsne...? int volunteer
16 lüdö, lüdere verb ludicrous, delude
16 pilä lüdere verb pile, delude
16 eam pron none
16 excipiö, excipere verb except
16 alter...alterum   alternate, alternative
16 iocus, -ï, (m) noun jocular, joke, joker
16 per iocum adj per- (prefix as in perceive, percolate), joke
16 feriö, ferïre verb interfere
16 vertö, vertere verb invert, inverse
16 cärissima adj cherish
16 animus, -i, (m) noun animate
16 in animö habëre verb animosity, habit
16 apud prep & acc none
16 relinquö, relinquere verb relinquish
16 hospes, hospitis, (m/f) noun hospitable
16 prep & abl deduce
16 illa pron none
16 ut adv none
16 sciö, scïre verb science
16 mortuus, -a, -um adj mortuary
16 nöbïscum = cum nöbïs prep phrase company, nostrum
17 itaque adverb none
17 ündecimus, -a, -um adj decimate, decimal
17 caelum, -ï noun celestial, ceiling
17 aedificium, -ï noun edifice, edification
17 caupöna, -ae noun cauponate - to engage in questionable trade for the sake of gain
17 pernoctö, pernoctäre verb nocturnal
17 caupö, caupönis, (m) noun cauponate - to engage in questionable trade for the sake of gain
17 perïculösus, -a, -um adj perilous, peril
17 Graecus, -a, -um adj Grecian
17 custödiô, custödïre verb custodian, custody

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